Wings for Widows Speaker Series featuring Janell Chisholm Repp and Grant Meyer
March 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm UTC-6
Janell Chisholm Repp presents: ‘Journalling: Face to Face – A Practice of Listening’
Journaling can be healing and helpful for growth and knowing what is true. It can capture things we might miss when we are distracted or moving too fast. Grief can be a distraction from what we might need to know or believe. Stopping to listen with pen in hand gives us a chance to record and learn. Janell will share her experience as a life-long journaller and give us some tips on how to make this healing habit a part of our lives.
Janell is a veteran social worker with Presbyterian Homes with a special focus and love for seniors. She teaches Hebrew, is a mom and grandma, world traveller, and life-long journaller.
Also Featuring Grant Meyer who will present ‘Financial and Cyber Security: Basic tips to help keep you and your money safe’
During this session, we’ll review tips on how to protect yourself when using electronics and ways to protect your financial data from theft.
Grant is enthusiastic about helping people understand the complexities of financial planning and find meaning with their money. He is a founder and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ at GTS Financial with over 12 years of experience helping clients.
He volunteers his time promoting financial literacy on the PR Committee of the Financial Planning Association. Additionally, he volunteers as a financial coach with Wings for Widows.
Grant grew up in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. He graduated from Totino-Grace High School. He went on to attend Concordia University and received a degree in finance and minor in International Business and Spanish. He has lived in both Mexico and Spain when studying Spanish, although he does not get enough practice speaking it nowadays.
Grant enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters (2 and 4) as well as his extended family. In his spare time, he also enjoys running, keeping up with the latest tech gadgets, music, movies, mindfulness, and traveling to anywhere with a nice, warm beach (although that’s a little tough with COVID now!).